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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1927)
THE OREGON 'STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1927
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The Capitol City Beddinjr Cctl are now open for b
"ilainess in their new $30,000 plant. SaJem people will
recall that this institution was destroyed by fire abou
t four months ago. Today it is bigger and better, than
ever. Brand new machinery of the latest type has be
en installed. New selling territory is about to be taken
over, more employees have been added and altogeth
er a, bright outlook is in sight for this enterprising
concern. . , '. . .; . ;-,
As might be understood from the firm name, th ,
is concern is a mattress factory, turning1 out mattresses
of all llinds and quality..; Their big business, in the sa'
' les : department, is , not the higher priced mattresses,
however. The cheaper, cotton mattre'sses form the b
. u?k of their business. This is beeaues of the large
number of logging camps, auto camps, rooming hous
es that buy the cheaper quality.
Renovating old mattresses is also a big departm
ent of their business. People who have paid a big
price for an all wool mattress do not like to throw it a
way after the covering has become worn or the wool
matted. This firm will. take, such a mattress,, tear out
the matted wool, throw away the old cover, and turn
you back mattress identical with the one purchased i
n the beginning The charge for this service is about
$8.00. ;-, 8
The new building has been built ?of fire proof co
nstruction throughout and is divided into three units.
The, front of the building is given over, to an office;.; II
ext to the office is the maim- work? room- whene the
mattresses are made. From five to six carloads of w-
ool knd cotton are kept on' hand in the store 'room all
the time. The piant has a capacity of 60 mattresses : :
a day, employing 11 people. .. 4 ir r
This factory was established in 1919 by Its "pre '
nt wners. Dona Paulin, president of the corporation,
came-to Salem in that year from Spokane where he h'
ad been superintendent for the biggest- mattress fac- '
tory on the coast, the Carmen atanufacturing Co. H
e associated himself with E. W Muller and these two
men own the plant. Mrs. Muller has been taken into t
he business a vice president.
Their business has been confined to Oregon in th
e past, but the first of thef year will see them estab-.
lished in the states' of Washington and Montana,
Wehger Bros., local building contractors, had the cant
ract for constructing the plant. The list of those who
furfiished the materials follows r v -" i a
j All furniture and linoleum-was furnished by Sti
Ws Furniture store; Eoff j Electrical- Cof!,.-instk2d'
all electrical fixtures j Nelson -Bros.r did the plumbing ;
Cobbs & Mitchell' sold the lumber; Spaulding Logging
Co.! did all the mill work and' the Salem- Brick & Til
e Qo. furnished the hollow tile used in the building;.-',
You Are Invited to Visit Our
New Plant and See for Yourself
How Your Mattresses are Made
DING CO.. INC.
D. J. POULIN, Pres.
E. W. MULLER, Sec. & Treas.
BRING YOUR OLD MATTRESS
ES TO US FOR RENOVATING.
OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
MATTRESSES MADE IN OUR
OWN SHOP UNDER SANITARY
Your Old Mattresses Felted Into Layer Batts in Process of Renovation
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
3030 PACIFIC HIGHWAY N.
May Success Be Yours
We Were Pleased to Have Been the
Contractors on the Capitol Cjty Bedding
Company's New Building
Welcome to the New
and Manufacturing District
We Wish You
Your New Home
SMITH & GILBERT
" Oil Company
THE NEW SUNSTRAND
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The Sundstrand Will Relieve You
from All Work, Worry and Waste
Progressive Combust io-n-
assures QUIET and com
plete burning of oil.
Nelspfy BrdSf Inc.
SHEET METAL, ROOFING PLUMBING J-
AND HEATING -V
JOHNS-MAN T4ILLE ASBESTOS SHINGLES i
355 Chemeketa St,
On Their I Fine New Home
RICH L; REIMANN ,
New Location 219 N. HigK. Ground Floor :
J- : r Telephone 865 , .
In Their New Location
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To encourage interior painting and refinishing 'during the winter , months, we ere of
fering the following high quality paints arid varnishes at reduced prices; Included in
this reduction are the famous Sherwin-Williams Co. paints. ' ! '
THE INTERIOR OF YOUR HOMp plfelNG E 5yilER MONTHS
- iisi Price ! I NOW SELLING AT 20LESS !
, Old Dutch Enamel White and Ivory-H4 Pints .40 trioi froti aiidVcaniottf VrnteHe-. Ptot .65
Old Dutch Enamel White and Ivory Pints " .75, : Marmot Floor and sraot "Wall YamiabeB pintt.v .ss
Old Dutch Enamel White and lW-Ptots!a
.,T , .. .. i Mamot Floor and Scarnot Wall VarnUhea Half Gat 9 2.S0
Old Dutch. Enamel .White'. and Ivofy--Qiiarts440;H' Mar4tioor"aiid ficarnot Wall yaril8he--Galloni.'.S5.40
NOW SELLING AT 20 LESS
Rexspar Varnishea W Pints:,
Rexspar Varnishes Pints .
Rexspar Varnishes Quarts
NOW SELLING AT 20 LESS
Rosrers. Brushing Xacquers U Pints IJjzj'' AS
Rexspar Varnishes Half Gallons
Rexspar Varnishes Gallons.
i.oo Kogers Brushing. Lacquers y Pints .70
k. Rogers rushing Lacquers Pi
Rogers Brushing Lacquers Quarts.
Rogers Brushing Lacquers Gallons.
NOW SELLING AT 115 LESS
Sherwln-Willlims Coi ' house paints, roof ' paints-
ana sningie stains, r : -
1-A'few hundred pounds of Shcndn-Winiins Co.
i pure white lead to go at per hundred pounds
10 Discount ; ' I $13.00
SPECIAL PRICES ON LUMBER, SHINGLES, ETC
"EVERYTHING IN BUILDING BIAtERIALS''
349 S. 12th Street A, a KELSAY, Mgr. . ; - , r ; i x !